Wildlife Habitat Council: Masters of Disguise - Animals that Use Camouflage and Color

Some animals, like stick bugs use camouflage to disguise their appearance and blend in seamlessly to their surroundings.

Others, like monarch butterflies, use bright colors and bold patterns to warn off predators. In this webinar, join our friends from Project WILD to learn about these amazing animals.

You’ll learn:

  • How animals of all types use camouflage to find food and avoid being eaten
  • How animals use other types of coloration, such as bright warning colors
  • Fun activities to do at home to hone your observation skills


  • Kelly Reynolds, Project WILD Program Manager, Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies

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Science Topics
Biology, Zoology
K-6, Educator
Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade

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